Nate Diaz Called Out Khabib, Reiterated He Beat Conor Ass Twice & Dustin Poirier Is P***y
Nate Diaz last fought in a rematch at UFC 202 back in 2016 where he suffered a majority decision loss against Conor McGregor in a welterweight bout. Prior to that setback, Stockton native submitted Irishman at UFC 196.
Nate was expected to return to Octagon against Dustin Poirier at UFC 230, however, the bout failed to come to fruition after ‘The Diamond’ pulled out of the card due to an injury.
We don’t know when Nate will return to Octagon however he was last seen at Kron Gracie’s corner at UFC on ESPN 1 in February. On many occasions, Dana White said he believes Diaz wouldn’t fight again in the UFC and most recently he reiterated after a backstage exchange between them.
It’s apparent that Nate Diaz isn’t a fan of Khabib Nurmagomedov, Conor Mcgregor and Dustin Poirier as in a recent Instagram post-Stockton native roasts all of them.
“Kabib is hiding scared cause I slapped the shit out of him. Conor already got his ass beat twice. Where the fuck you at kabib? Ps Porier is a pu**y.”
In this tweet Diaz fired a shot at McGregor:
Not long ago Diaz and Khabib got into a twitter beef, where Stockton native provokes Russian by stating “I slapped you in your head and your team didn’t do s*it.”
Nate Diaz’s beef with ‘Eagle’ goes back several years, even at one point, Dana White said that Diaz had turned down a showdown with Khabib. Later Nate denied that report and grilled Dana White stating “Dana White, UFC, are full of shit. I didn’t turn down anything.”
In a previous interview with ESPN back in October Dana White also said he isn’t in a hurry to book Nate Diaz.
Khabib last fought at UFC 229 last October where he submitted Conor Mcgregor in the fourth round to retain the UFC lightweight title. However, Russian’s win overshadowed by a post-fight brawl which cost everyone suspensions from NASC.
Recently Mcgregor revealed he’s in negotiation with the UFC and aiming for a summer return. Meanwhile, Khabib is sitting on a shelf and plans to return in November.
Meanwhile, Dustin Poirier is slated to take on featherweight champion Max Holloway for an interim UFC lightweight title at UFC 236 next month.
What should we make of Nate Diaz’s recent Instagram post?